As an ever-present figure on the Australian indie scene Joyride has made a name for himself through killer performances and a long list of powerful collaborations. Now, after 4-years of writing and finessing, Joyride has announced he will be releasing his debut EP, The Chivalrous, and it’s available as we speak. As an added bonus,
Logitech UE are presenting a series of free pop-up gigs throughout Sydney and Melbourne over the next five weeks. The series begins with post-industrial folk rock act Winter People. The Sydney band will be performing a 40-minute set that gets going at 6:30pm in Pitt St Mall this Thursday, November 29. On Friday. December 7,
Saturday night at Marrickville’s Factory Theatre, Winter People were proud to launch their new album A Year at Sea. The sextet played to a sea of fans with support acts Jordan Leser and Founds.
When diving into Australian indie darlings Winter People’s debut long-player, A Year at Sea, the first impression you get is that you’re greeted with a couple of things. Sophisticated melodies and hypersensitive lyrical construction envelope what is, in all respects, a very ambitious record for the young six-piece. Indeed, they proclaim in an early track